R rodiena New member Joined Dec 9, 2017 Messages 1 Dec 9, 2017 #1 n'(1-epsilon(u')^2)=-y perturbation problem u_{0}(1)=0 u_{1}(1)=0 boundary conditions u=u_{0+}epsilon(u_{1}) direct opening u'=(u_{0)'}+epsilon(u_{1})' I need solve perturbation problem with mathematica program

n'(1-epsilon(u')^2)=-y perturbation problem u_{0}(1)=0 u_{1}(1)=0 boundary conditions u=u_{0+}epsilon(u_{1}) direct opening u'=(u_{0)'}+epsilon(u_{1})' I need solve perturbation problem with mathematica program

S Subhotosh Khan Super Moderator Staff member Joined Jun 18, 2007 Messages 19,024 Dec 9, 2017 #2 rodiena said: n'(1-epsilon(u')^2)=-y perturbation problem u_{0}(1)=0 u_{1}(1)=0 boundary conditions u=u_{0+}epsilon(u_{1}) direct opening u'=(u_{0)'}+epsilon(u_{1})' I need solve perturbation problem with mathematica program Click to expand... Most of us do not have access to Mathematica.

rodiena said: n'(1-epsilon(u')^2)=-y perturbation problem u_{0}(1)=0 u_{1}(1)=0 boundary conditions u=u_{0+}epsilon(u_{1}) direct opening u'=(u_{0)'}+epsilon(u_{1})' I need solve perturbation problem with mathematica program Click to expand... Most of us do not have access to Mathematica.